Friday may be one of the busiest days of the season for returns. 22News is working for you with what you need to know before making a return…
Christmas traditions have changed in recent years. 22News found out that not everyone feels the traditions have changed for the better.
A prankster gave a homeless man $100 and expected to expose him for spending it poorly, but what actually happened left him speechless.
It’s not a Merry Christmas for users of Xbox Live and Sony’s Playstation Network. Both gaming networks experienced widespread problems.
This Friday marks the 10th anniversary of the deadliest tsunami of all-time. It was triggered by a 9.1 magnitude earthquake near Indonesia.
It’s no coincidence that Hollywood movie studios open many of their most promising holiday season films on Christmas day.
One man began setting up his Elf on the Shelf in unusual scenes before Christmas 2013. The tradition continued in 2014.
For new parents and expecting mothers, the holidays can bring tons of new gifts for your young ones.
Residents living across from a vacant building in Buffalo escaped with their lives when part of the old plant collapsed Christmas morning.
A new law proposed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing will help strengthen intelligence-sharing among law enforcement agencies.
The Massachusetts DCR plans to replace about one-third of its streetlight fixtures around the state with more efficient LED lighting.
The Arthritis Foundation is spreading a new message: if you want to keep moving, you’ve got to keep moving.
A Canton environmental services company has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by the state attorney general’s office.
Treasure hunters haven’t abandoned plans to look for wealth in an undersea wreck off Cape Cod despite a researcher’s admission.
Former President George H.W. Bush will remain hospitalized through Christmas Day after experiencing shortness of breath two days ago.
An infant was trapped minutes before his family’s home burned down. The 22News I-Team found out how a quick thinking mother saved her baby.
Greenfield Police are still looking for the person responsible for stealing a baby Jesus doll from a nativity scene Wednesday in the Town Co…
Another year has come and gone and in one week, we’ll ring in 2015. 22News I-Team Reporter Laura Hutchinson looks back at 2014’s top stories…
22News went to Forest Park on Thursday where Bright Nights has become a Christmas night tradition for many families.
Easthampton firefighters rescued a capsized kayaker who was found with a cutout of cartoon character Charlie Brown in his kayak.